Mittwoch, 22. Februar 2017

  • Pressemitteilung BoxID 542685

Successful issue of the first 30-year inflation-linked Federal bond maturing on April 15, 2046

(lifePR) (Frankfurt, ) The Federal Government has issued its first 30-year government bond today whose interest payments as well as repayment amount are linked to the inflation rate in the euro area. The bond has a coupon of 0.10 percent. The value date is June 16, 2015, and the maturity date is April 15, 2046. A total volume of 2.5 billion euros at a price of 98.854 % was allocated (including a retained volume of € 20.2 mn). It is intended to increase the bond with several taps to a total nominal value of greater than € 10 billion.

The Federal Government now offers the full maturity range of real-yield securities to investors for the first time and widely aligns the inflation-linked segment with the nominal capital market products. The volume of all seven currently tradable inflation-linked bonds increased to € 73.5 billion after the inaugural 30-year issue today.

The placement of the bond with international investors was carried out by a syndicate of banks under the lead management of Commerzbank, Crédit Agricole, Goldman Sachs, HSBC and Société Générale. The amount which was retained by the Federal Government will be used to support the liquidity of the bond by appropriate activities in the secondary market.

Details of the price Fixing
The order book developed within 3.5 hours. The entire transaction was completed within one day (including price fixing). The bidding volumes reached about € 5.7 billion. The focus of the geographic allocation was on European investors, as well as on Northamerica and Asia.

Issuer: Federal Republic of Germany
ISIN: DE0001030575
Volume: € 2.5 bn (of which retained amount: € 20.2 mn)
Index: HICP euro zone without tobacco
Maturity: April 15, 2046
Coupon: 0.10 %
Trade date: June 9, 2015
Value date: June 16, 2015
Interest accrual date: April 15, 2015
First interest payment date: April 15, 2016
Interest payment dates: April 15
Basis index: 115.47533
Index ratio on the value date: 1.01623
Break-even compared to Bund 08/2046: 153 bps
Reoffer price: 98.854 %
Reoffer yield: 0.138 %

The securities have not been and will not be registered under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”) and may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or an applicable exemption from the registration requirements of the Securities Act.

Diese Pressemitteilungen könnten Sie auch interessieren

Fondsgebundene Rentenversicherung überzeugte im Scoring

, Finanzen & Versicherungen, uniVersa Versicherungen

Die ascore Das Scoring GmbH aus Hamburg hat die Angebote an fondsgebundenen Rentenversicherungen am Markt untersucht. Bis zu 36 Kriterien aus...

Preiserhöhung fürs Konto nicht immer wirksam

, Finanzen & Versicherungen, ARAG SE

Erhöhen die Banken die Kontoführungsgebühre­n, müssen sie ihre Kunden schriftlich darüber informieren. Aber Achtung! Die ARAG Experten raten...

Erfolgreiches Geschäftsjahr 2016 für die Sparkasse Bremen

, Finanzen & Versicherungen, Die Sparkasse Bremen AG

. Gewinn stieg deutlich auf über 32 Millionen Euro Klarer Marktführer in Bremen bei Privat- und Firmenkunden Auszeichnung als einer der besten...